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    Meet Fabianna aka Fabulously Fighting

    Meet Fabianna aka Fabulously Fighting. Dr. Fabianna Marie is a Naturopathic Doctor specializing in BioPhenotype (The unique Biochemistry of every individual) and Homeopathic Medicine. She is a 15 year Metastatic Breast Cancer thriver, an award winning author and national speaker. 

    We're so excited to have Fabianna join The Agency following her performance in our 2020 NYFW runway show where she rocked the stage in her hot pink heels. She wants to empower other thrivers and build up her own views on body image. 

    Fabianna's Breast Cancer Story: 

    Diagnosis: Stage II Triple Negative Breast Cancer diagnosis in 2005, followed by distant metastasize 6-short months later in 2006, living 14 years with Stage IV Metastatic Breast Cancer

    Treatment: Partial mastectomy, chemotherapy, and radiation, followed by oral chemotherapy

    Fun fact: 

    Fabianna secretly wants to be a stand up comedian and she just wrote a book, Fabulously Fighting Uncensored

    Join us as we welcome Fabianna to The Agency! Read on to learn more. 

    What's your passion?

    As a Naturopathic Doctor, writer and speaker my passion is education and empowering others.

    What makes you happiest?

    Living in moment-to-moment joy

    What do you do to feel confident and embrace your body?

    A great pair of heels, a bold lip and a winning smile. You can't go wrong with that combination when wanting to feel empowered.

    What does "Never Alone" mean to you?

    Fully embracing and finding your community of supporters.

    Which is your favorite AnaOno bra? Why?

    Black Delilah Dream soft cup bra- It's sexy, comfortable and never disappoints. Shop bras here.

    What does being part of The Agency mean to you?

    Along with being absolutely obsessed with the brand, being a part of the AnaOno Community is a dream. She has built a solid foundation of support (pun intended) for the amazing women she styles everyday. Being part of the Agency is truly a gift in my life.

    If you were to give advice to someone diagnosed with breast cancer or having a preventative surgery, what would you say?

    Not only would I raise them up and praise their strength but I would offer words of encouragement, education, and understanding.

    What's your guilty pleasure?

    It's a gross combination but wine and pickles.

    Follow along with Fabianna on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook for more.